What's On

In this section you'll find our current CPD listings, including details of our regular courses and any current webinar series. Each webinar series is made up of several different sessions which can also be registered for as stand-alone sessions.   To see each event that's coming up, you can view our listing of all available secondary events, view our at-a-glance CPD calendar, or all upcoming CPD events in our web calendar. 

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  • Your Secondary CPD calendar Summer 2022

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    We know that it's not easy for teachers to get out of school or have budgets to afford a plentiful supply of CPD. We know how essential your CPD is to you and that is why we have worked to provide a wide range of online learning and webinar-based CPD...

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  • History and geography curricula at GCSE and A-level: embedding equality, diversity and inclusion

    16th June 2022

    This joint event between the HA and RGS will focus on curriculum content and the work that is being done to ensure the teaching of both subjects at examination level is more inclusive and representative. It is a common theme across both history and geography that both subjects have, in...

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  • Webinar series: A great curriculum is like a great museum

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    Getting our curriculum right is one of the most important jobs for a history teacher. We have a responsibility to do justice to the past. But how do we do this? What makes a great curriculum? This webinar series explores all the facets of curriculum. The presenters will argue that a good curriculum...

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  • History and geography curricula at GCSE and A-level: embedding equality, diversity and inclusion

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    Location Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR Date 16 June 2022 Time 9.45am-3.30pm This joint event with the Royal Geographical Society is aimed at both history and geography teachers. It will focus on curriculum content and the work that is being done to ensure the...

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  • Webinar series: Inspiring and challenging your highest attaining historians

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    This new webinar series will explore high attainment in history and what it means to support history's high attainers. The interactive sessions will include practical ideas to inspire your high attaining historians and lots of discussion about stretch and challenge within and beyond the classroom. About the presenter This course will be...

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  • Early Career Development Programme (ECDP)

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    Calling early career teachers! In line with the adoption of the early career framework, we are pleased to announce a brand new CPD programme which will not only support year 2 early career teachers in meeting the standards of the framework and to look to continued development into years 3...

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  • Teacher Fellowship Programme: Broadcasting and Social Change in Sixties Britain

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    We are pleased to announce a new funded Teacher Fellowship Programme focused on developing the teaching of the history of equality and diversity in postwar Britain using video and audio sources, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The fellowship seeks to refresh the teaching of modern British...

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  • Your HA Virtual Branch

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    The HA Virtual Branch is a great way to keep your history up-to-date, whether you are working or relaxing, all from the comfort of your home. The branch is available to everybody, and recordings of the talks are made available online after the event for HA members. Upcoming talks   *...

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  • Subject Leader Development Programme (SLDP)

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    The Subject Leader Development Programme is an online course for developing subject leadership in secondary history teaching. Led by a team of 6 experienced subject leaders, including Hugh Richards, Sharon Aninakwa, Ruth Lingard, David Hibbert, Elizabeth Carr and Catherine Priggs, this course will equip history leaders fully for the demands...

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